Now you see it, now you don’t
There are times when I don’t want to cook, such as National Margarita Day, Taco Tuesdays, and Endless Enchilada days at On The Border. Here’s what happened a couple of days ago on National Margarita Day:
Jim’s and my favorite On The Border location is 103 Fletcher Parkway in El Cajon. We have been going to that one since 1999. Most everyone knows us there and almost before we can sit down (we’re always in the bar) our Grande Raspberry Swirl margaritas are on the table. Chips and salsa come next, and several of the wait staff know that we’re creatures of habit, ordering the same thing quite often. I’m kind of addicted to their enchiladas. The enchiladas in the picture above is one onion & cheese, one pulled chicken, and one shredded beef.
Our second favorite location is 1770 Camino del la Reina in Mission Valley. We have been going there since around 1995. The bar is smaller than the El Cajon location and the lines tend to be longer. That’s what happens to restaurants in Mission Valley.
Our third favorite location (I told you we liked On The Border!) is 298 East Via Rancho Parkway. We like this one because we can stop here either before or after going to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
Lastly, our fourth favorite location is 10789 Westview Parkway in Mira Mesa. We tend not to go to this one because if we do, we sometimes wind up next door at Islands to have a Basket of Island Fries, Birds of Paradise (chicken breast sandwich; CA Flyer is my favorite with barbecue sauce and pepper jack cheese), and Mangoritas (mango margaritas)!
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Posted on February 27, 2013, in Fauna, Manmade, Mother & Father Nature, Out & About, Photos and tagged endless enchiladas, national margarita day, on the border restaurants, safari park pictures, san diego zoo pictures, southern bald ibis, taco tuesday. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.